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Apply Now for the AARP DC Executive Council

Would you like to expand your sphere of influence by becoming one of the top volunteer representatives of more than 86,000 AARP members in the District of Columbia, or do you know someone else who would be perfect in that role?

The AARP DC Executive Council (EC) is an excellent way for leaders who are age 50+ to use their talents and skills to help others.

Send your resume and a cover letter explaining why you are interested in a position on the EC to, or to AARP DC State Office, Attention: Executive Council Application, 601 E St., NW, Suite A1-200, Washington, DC 20049. Applications for AARP Executive Council positions are being accepted through September 21, 2012.

Working closely with the AARP District of Columbia State President and Senior State Director, Executive Council members help make life better for AARP members and other residents in DC. Regular briefings on AARP issues and activities are provided by the AARP DC staff and State President, and EC members are prepared to share AARP resources and positions on important issues with others in the community. Executive Council members have a great opportunity to strengthen relationships within their sphere of influence and to grow their network while representing AARP in the community.

Learn more about the work of the District of Columbia State Office at, and find out more about volunteering with AARP by visiting The opportunities are nearly endless. AARP has a volunteer opportunity which will interest almost every person who wants to give back to their community.

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